It’s crazy to think that I’ve been in Subic for 2 months now….I guess time really does fly when you’re having fun. In a few days, Maki Mouse and Samurai will head to Japan, and next week, the rest of us still left at camp will head to China.
In the last couple of months, we’ve all had our tired days, and it’s usually a sign that training’s going well and we’re doing what we came here to do. Erika at times speaks to me in Hungarian, Lucy has spoken to me in Chech, and this week, LC answered me in Tagalog. The little Filipino had the last laugh though when I went to bed a few nights ago and wished her “Good Luck”. Good luck. Good night. Whatever. I’m tired, I’m going to bed. She laughed again the next day when I walked into the sliding glass door, Pringles flying everywhere. Uh, yeah, I did that on purpose. No really, I did.
About a week ago, Tereza moved in from upstairs after Erika left. She’s the most domesticated in our house, and has taken over from Erika as the one who answers LC’s cooking questions, and teaches her new recipes. We in turn are trying to get Tereza hooked on American Idol. So far she can sit through half a show…although I’m not sure if it’s the show itself or mine and LC’s singing that she doesn’t enjoy? Ah well, practice makes perfect so I guess we’ll have to keep at it.
Ok, time for bed before I walk into any more glass doors…Good Night and Good Luck.;-)